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You can connect your Samsung to your computer via USB, locate your music folder, drag it onto your computer and wait for the transfer to be completed. Next, connect your Alcatel One Touch via USB to your computer and drag the music from the music folder into your Alcatel Music folder.
If you do not have a Computer or laptop, then you could also send all your music via Bluetooth, which will take longer but it does the job.
nice day,,try to dial your phone if you hear a voice its mean ,,the problem of your phone is lcd or display ic...but if you never hear a voice the problem is software try it to reprogram ,,go to the cellphone repair shop..good luck..
First, rip your music to your computer. Then plug in your phone to the computer using it USB charging cable. Next, select Settings, Tools, USB Mass Storage (that will cause your computer to see your phone as another drive. Next, copy your ripped music from your computer to the My Music folder on you phone. Finally, select Exit from you phone's USB Mass Storage screen.
It seems that the audio IC has gone. Even LG may not be able to repair it economically. They are likely to scrap it. So, return it and buy a different piece. Before going to LG service center, check if the audio is not going to the BT
If your just trying to get music on to your phone plug it in and pull up windows Media player on your computer. Go to rip and when it says to insert device on your phone go to my music and touch the sync option and let it to it's then you should be able to put music on that way
I struggled with this for most of 2 days and then realized it only recognizes MP3 files, not WMA or others. Once I re-ripped CDs into mp3 and loaded them, it worked fine. Have no idea on ring tones, but believe it will not move music to ring tones within the phone itself.